how I can help

Sometimes…

…we all need a little help – or maybe even a lot of help. Every person’s situation is different and needs to be assessed in the context of their whole life, past and present.

I will work with the whole of you – your life situation, your work, family, relationships and so on and help you make sense of your current experiences.

I work with veterans and have had long experience as an Army wife, moving to the UK after marrying a soldier.

I can offer you long term and short term work including brief therapy and time-limited counselling.

Some of the specific issues that I work with…

abuse
addiction(s)
affairs and betrayals
alcoholism
anger management
anxiety and worry
autism spectrum
bereavement
bullying
cancer
chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
counselling for carers
depression
disabilities
discrimination
divorce
drug addiction


emotional abuse
feeling sad
feeling too much
grief
health anxiety
difficulty showing emotions
inner critical voice
LGBTQ+
life transitions
loneliness
loss and adjustment
low self-confidence
low self-esteem
negative thinking
not feeling good enough
panic attacks
passive aggression

people pleasing
physical abuse
poor self image
post-traumatic stress
procrastination
racism
redundancy
relationship problems
self-sabotaging
self-harm
separation
sexual abuse
stress
students
suicidal thoughts
trauma
veterans
work-related stress

If the issue you are concerned with is not shown above, please do call me for an informal, no-obligation chat to see if I can help you.

Please note that this is not a crisis service. If you are in need of immediate help, please call your local crisis team or visit your local A&E department. If you are at immediate risk, call 999.

You can find your local crisis team by clicking this link or visiting https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/mental-health-services/where-to-get-urgent-help-for-mental-health/